Quit Smoking Program in North Carolina
Let Our Team of Behavioral Specialists Help You Quit Cigarettes
Personalized Treatment Plan Compassionate Support
The team at Solas Health has been providing clinical and behavioral support for those in North Carolina battling a substance abuse disorders for twenty years.
We also will help you quit smoking cigarettes, which is highly addictive and can be difficult to do without suupport.
Using Chantix to Help Smokers Quit
We integrate medications like Varenicline (Chantix) into the patient's treatment program, when appropriate. Medications like Chantix help reduce craving and improve success rates.
We have found that our patients who take advantage of medication like Chantix and and also pursue counseling are able to move towards a smoke-free life. We offer counseling at our centers, but you're more than welcome to continue counseling outside of our system, and we encourage you to pursue 12-step (or non 12-Step) support groups to maintain a comfortable recovery from nicotine use.
After your first appointment, you will be moving in the right direction with expert clinical support and a treatment plan to follow. It’s simple to get started, call us at 910-295-7246.
We Serve all of North Carolina - via Telehealth
If you live in North Carolina, we can help. We accept all forms of insurance (including North Carolina Medicaid and Medicare) and our fees are designed so anyone can receive treatment.
We are able to see you and provide remote/telehealth care to those who do not have access to our centers. Call 910-295-7246 to get started (or fill out the form below to hear back from us).
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Don't struggle with a substance use disorder anymore when we can help. After you work with our doctors and get the benefit of their counseling and pain management backgrounds, you will be moving toward a life free from addiction, pain, and debilitating mental health disorders. Contrary to what you may have heard, you may be able to overcome your addiction to opiates or other drugs.
Call Solas Health today at (910) 295-7246 to schedule your free consultation.